Andreas Pereira has played in almost 10 games in all competitions and is excited about what the future holds for him at Manchester United.
It’s been good. I’ve been on the bench for all of the games. Hopefully, I’ll be getting more and more chances to show what I can do. I hope I can kick on and get more minutes and show the manager, the crowd and my team-mates what I can do to help the team to win. I am very excited. I have to be patient and keep working hard, like I do. I’ll keep going and enjoying my football.
Playing with the Under-21s only helps you get match fitness and you have to play well if you want to get into the first team. It’s a good team. James Weir and Will Keane, for example, are brilliant players. It’s not like a weird thing when you play for the Under-21s. You know everyone here around you and it feels like family. It really is a family club and, when you play for the Under-21s, it doesn’t feel like a weird environment at all. You know everyone, you know Warren [Joyce] and you know the players, so it’s really good.